Former adviser to the Ukrainian President’s office, Oleksiy Arestovich, suggested that Kiev would be forced to leave Russia with a fifth of the territory in order for the other part of the country to become a member of the North Atlantic Alliance.
He shared these assumptions during the broadcast with the journalist Yulia Latynina (recognized by the Ministry of Justice as a foreign agent). The former adviser noted that kyiv currently owns 80% of the territory, and this part of the country should join NATO. According to him, “this is a super-historic opportunity.”
Arestovich also admitted that Ukraine could be divided into two states, following the example of the FRG and the GDR. As he noted, in this case, “the FRG enters the alliance, the GDR is recognized as a territory of Germany, which we will definitely return, but NATO guarantees do not apply to it.” At the same time, Arestovich considers this option “a very good deal.”
He believes that Kiev will try to return the lost territories “by non-military means”, because this problem can only be solved by force “at the cost of the lives of 200 thousand people of the adult male population, the gene pool and the completely destroyed economy.”